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Current responsibilities
Ho-Chun guides and oversees global data governance and management for the Corporate Solutions business line at JLL. The scope includes the business oversight on master data management, data quality, meta-data management and the overall data roadmap. Ho-Chun and his team defined and established the Data Governance function, its organizational structures, global and regional resources, processes and operating procedures, tools, and communication protocols. He also mentors the organization on overall enterprise data strategy to leverage industry best practices and leading edge technology in enterprise information management, business intelligence, master data management and big data.    Ho-Chun is a Regional Director with JLL.

Previous experience
Ho-Chun has over twenty five years of data management experience, across banking, insurance, financial services, pharmaceutical, research, telecommunication, media and e-commerce. He implemented data governance, integration and business intelligence in Fortune 100 organization. He also published and lectured about leading edge data solutions.
Prior to joining JLL, Ho-Chun was a Distinguished Architect at a major telecomm/ cable TV/ media company. He was responsible for the business and technology strategy for enterprise data platforms. Among his accomplishments, he led teams to incubate a big data shared services platform to accommodate multiple tenants and workloads with end-to-end operations and development; this platform enabled machine learning, predictive analytics and big data visualization.

Education and affiliations
Ho-Chun received his Bachelor’s degree in International Trade and Economics from Soochow University in Taipei, Taiwan. He received his master’s degree in Computer and Information Science from Syracuse University in New York, USA.

Ho-Chun was among the five industry experts who were invited to be on the DAMA International Advisory Board in 2003. He has been on the Board of Directors of the DAMA (Data Management Association) New York Chapter since 1997. DAMA is a non-profit, vendor-independent data management community with chapters around the world.